On Nov 18, 8:26 am, "HeyBub" <hey...@NOSPAMgmail.com> wrote:
> (PeteCresswell) wrote:Yes, a natural gas generator is no different than any
> > Per Arnie Goetchius:
> >> installation of a natural gas
> >> generator...
> > Nobody had mentioned this yet: gas pressure.
> > I don't know the first thing... but in other threads I've read
> > From context, I'm guessing that a generator needs a certain
> > May turn out tb FUD, but it seems worth investigating
> Warning: Conjecture follows:
> I think the pressure is constant throughout the system*, it's the volume of
other gas appliance in that regard. Works using the same
pressure, you just need to size the piping correctly.
The 12KW one I'm screwing around with has a 1" gas
fitting and runs around 240,000 BTUs at full tilt, about
half that at half power.
BTW, I have a nice 26hp nat gas engine, low hours,
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